Articles and sermons on evangelism developed by On the Red Box, a street evangelism ministry in Madrid. The ministry provides training and coaching in street evangelism in the context of Europe. They have launched an on-line school of evangelism using the materials they offer in face-to-face classes already.
Jesus, Bread, and Chocolate: Crafting a Handmade Faith in a Mass-Market World by John J. Thompson. Only 99 cents on Kindle. Recommended by Kenny Humphries. “This book is not a great theological masterpiece, but I come back to its principal idea often. Recipes empower the novice to produce consistency, which is good if you get a job making hamburger buns. Artisan Bakers sometimes produce a heavy marbled rye with crisp crust and moist centers and other times flaky croissants, but it's messy, time intensive, complicated, with lots of moments looking at the half-finished product with faith in the outcome… with INCONSISTENT results. Discipleship is the same. Recipes can be helpful, but I need not fear the heavy marbled rye, or that crazy process that produces it. God doesn't need us all to be hamburger buns.”
Power for Living > to use in evangelism. It opens with testimonies from believers then goes into an explanation of the Gospel.
The Concise Bible > covers Genesis to Revelation in an illustrated, easy-to-understand format
Honor-Shame Evangelism Tool > this app has been translated into Hindi, Arabic, Croatian, Persian/Farsi, Turkish, and Portuguese. They are translating it into Mandarin, French, Russian, Marathi, German, Telugu, Spanish, Korean, and Japanese.